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  Battlefield 5 trailer: New 2018 game to be revealed very soon
written by KieWhat?
18.04.2018 - 03:16
EA's next entry in the Battlefield series is set to be announced soon - a staffer on the game has revealed that a full-blown reveal may be imminent

DICE animator Randy Evans has teased that we may be seeing more information on this year's DICE offering fairly soon.

Evans, senior video and media director at DICE, recently took to Twitter ato drop some news about the incoming Battlefield 5 trailer.

When a fan of the series asked where the trailer was and when we'd se it, Evans replied, “it’s right in front of me”.

Coming after comments from Evans previously where he stated work on the trailer was underway, it would make sense that we'll see the completed prodcut sooner rather than later.

A cursory look at his credits list shows that Evans is no stranger to DICE trailers: he's previously worked on trailers for Mirror’s Edge, Battlefield, and Battlefront games.

Hopefully his newest project will shed some light on the gameplay we can expect from the title, as well as a release date and more.

We expect to see the game formally revealed soon.

Source: https://www.dailystar....EA-tease-big-announcement
  EA: New Battlefield Game Next Year Will Be “Visually-Stunning, Deeply Immersive”
written by KieWhat?
21.11.2017 - 16:30
Following up on 2016's Battlefield 1, EA now says it is working on the next entry in the franchise for a 2018 release. As reported by Battlefield Bulletin, EA CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed the news in the company's first quarter fiscal year 2018 earnings call.

NEWS: #EA's #FY18Q1 investor call. Andrew Wilson confirms that "the next great game in the Battlefield franchise" will be released in 2018.
— Battlefield Bulletin (@BFBulletin) July 28, 2017
The latest entry in the series, Battlefield 1, launched last year as brutal venture into the carnage of World War I. The game was generally well received and has gained quite a bit of new content since release.

The theme and setting of 2018's Battlefield are still a mystery, and it'll likely remain that way for some time. Battlefield 1 still has a few expansions left, and EA likely won't want to take the spotlight off of it so soon.

  Playerunknown Battlegrounds - Join our Team
written by KieWhat?
07.06.2017 - 02:17
New skins for Twitch Prime members coming to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds

If you're a fan of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Twitch Prime, or the word 'balaclava,' I've got some news for you. The Early Access battle royale shooter is making some new skins available only to Twitch Prime members on June 9.

The exclusive skins include a t-shirt (that says Twitch Prime on it), a pair of jeans (that also say Twitch Prime, across the butt), shoes (they don't say anything as far as I can tell), and a balaclava (with the Twitch logo on it). If you play Battlegrounds and have been looking for some subtle way to signal to other players that you like Twitch Prime, this looks like your ticket. You can get a better look at the skins below.
  Razer's Blade Pro marries a GeForce GTX 1080 with 4K G-Sync
written by KieWhat?
24.10.2016 - 05:48

Razer’s completely overhauled the Blade Pro though and turned it into a powerhouse.
The new Blade Pro features an Intel Core i7 processor, 32GB of DDR4 RAM, up to 2TB of PCI M.2 SSD storage, and—the biggest coup of all—a top-of-the-line Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 for its mobile graphics.

That’s a huge step up for the Pro. The 2015 model (by comparison) featured an i7-4720HQ, but beyond that it was saddled with the aforementioned paltry GTX 960M, 16GB of DDR3 RAM, and a 256GB SSD and 500GB HDD storage combo.

And Razer’s managed to keep the same MacBook-esque form factor for the Blade Pro. Same all-black aluminum chassis, measuring less than an inch thick and under eight pounds in weight, and this time rocking a 17.3-inch G-Sync IGZO display at 4K.

The biggest change seems to be the disappearance of the iconic Switchblade, that combination screen/touchpad I mentioned up top. It’s not mentioned in the press release, nor does it look present in the photos Razer sent over. I can’t say I’ll miss it—it was a cool concept that never quite manifested in any useful way.

All that power doesn’t come cheap though. Even after abandoning the Switchblade interface, the Blade Pro will still cost an absolutely insane $3,699. Oof. The old maxim holds true: It can be powerful, it can be slim and portable, or it can be cheap. Choose two.

[1] comment, latest by KieWhat? - 24.10.2016 - 06:05

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